To receive, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned native wildlife.
To receive, rehabilitate and release injured and orphaned native wildlife. To educate people about wild animal habits and habitats. To protect and create natural environments where people and animals exist in harmony. Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, Inc. is a non-profit, charitable rehabilitation facility dedicated to the care and release of orphaned and injured wild animals. The staff and volunteers at Woodlands are well trained in animal care and are involved in educating New Jersey's human residents about their wild neighbors' habits and habitats. We are located in Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County,NJ and handle 800+ native wild animals each year. The ultimate goal of our facility is the release of healthy well functioning animals. With the help and generosity of the doctors and staff at Clinton-Perryville Animal Hospital, Woodlands enjoys a high success rate. Visit our website: www.woodlandswildlife.org